Members' talk and Q&A
Raphael’s Mond Crucifixion is named after its last owner, Ludwig Mond, who bequeathed it to the National Gallery.
It is one of Raphael’s earliest works and was commissioned by the wool merchant and banker, Domenico Gavari, for his burial chapel dedicated to Saint Jerome in the church of S. Domenico in Città di Castello in Umbria.
Join Gallery Educator Carlo Corsato as he explores this picture in detail, examining its composition, construction, and influences.
After the talk, Carlo will be happy to answer your questions in a live Q&A.